Scott Frisch became Chief Operating Officer and head of the Operations & Finance Group at the nation’s pre-eminent membership organization in 2014. A dynamic leader, he has grown AARP’s strategic operating reserves 36% in 4 years and has promoted fiscal discipline by overhauling performance management, financial planning, procurement, human resources, IT and capital planning functions. He established a $40 million investment fund that spurs innovation in health and wellness. He previously served as SVP and CFO for AARP Services, Inc., the for-profit subsidiary of AARP. Earlier, he was managing director of business support services within Columbia Management, the investment arm of Bank of America. He was CFO and SVP of NATIXIS Asset Management Services, Inc.; an assistant controller at Putnam Investments; and an audit manager at KPMG. Frisch graduated from Villanova University. A CPA, he held a FINRA Series 6 license and 63 NASD licenses. He sits on the Greater Washington Board of Trade, the Downtown DC Business Improvement Council, the Wall Street Journal CFO Network, and is a 2018-19 Baldridge Executive Fellow.